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    January 16, 2013
    5:00 - 7:00pm PST  

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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> developing news tonight at five. the federal aviation administration has now grounded all boeing 7-87 dreamliner flights. this action comes after multiple problems with the planes in recent weeks. grant lodes is standing by with more, grant? a short time ago the f-a-a issued an emergency safety order - requiring u-s airlines to stop operating the 787 dreamliner - at least for until officials can sort out what's been causing these problems. the issues are primarily related to batteries on the plane.and the risk of fire caused by those batteries
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malfunctioning. dreamliner landing at san week.from of our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. this is boeing's newest, most technologically advanced plane. united airlines is the only u-s carrier that operates the dreamliners - united has six of the planes. in 15 minutes, we'll have more on the safety concerns, and the specific impact on bay area passengers. >> a quiet san jose neighborhood rocked by a bold attempt to steal a child. >> we are all pretty shaken up >> pam: a mother too scared to go on camera as she tells kron four what happened n the front yard of their home. >> someone tried to take our three year old daughter. we were tugging at each other >> pam: police still looking for the man who tried to grab the little girl from her tonight kron 4's rob fladeboe is live at the scene. where a man tried to snatch a toddler -- rob, what do we know?
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>> reporter: now let's get a look at exactly where this attempted abduction happened. it was in east san jose just it was about on this tuesday evening. the two year-old and a five year-old replying with their mother. and all of a sudden, he started grabbing for the two year-old. she quite literally was fighting in with a tug of war that was trying to kidnap them. >> just a man that was walking across the street. i was playing out of sight and he was commenting on how beautiful they were at the color of their hair. one thing led to another and one thing led to another he grabbed them out by their
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feet and her ankles. and i picked her up and she fell back on me and rick tugging at each other. her bottoms were falling off. and eventually her boots fell off and that is one the struggle ended. i picked up the three year-old, the 4 year-old, and ran inside my house and called the police. through a lot i can officers i've been going door to door. they made a biof a visit to police headquarters where they are working with a police artist. it is not ready but we will have it for you when it is ready. the suspect is described as a latin mammal. witthin build with a lig t-shirt, a latin--mai a male suspect. reporting, rob fladeboe,
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kron 4. >> let me give you exactly where this happens. we'll fly in on the big board for a closer look. the incident happened on dayo court.that's a little culdesac off pavan drive. the suspect was last seen walking south on pavan. this happened just after 5:30 last night. we'll continue to follow developments in this story. >> pam: developing news out of el sobrante. federal agents raided a real estate office. agents were on scene for several hours around lunch time. at pinnacle realtors on appian way. you're looking at video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. witnesses say fbi agents removed computers, and boxes full of documents. authorities tell us they were serving a sealed search warrant.meaning they can't tell us what they're looking for. no arrests have been made in the case. kron4 is on the scene, and we'll bring you updates at they become available. >> of new tonight. shows us
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where they are. but we show you some of these high resolution pictures from this jury box it was made in 1869. a very prominent peace and proudly displayed and tell was stolen on january 9th the ceo of the museum is surprised. >> there has not been a factor like this in the museum's history. so what we're doing now is of course doing everything to assist in the investigation. and to make sure that it never happens again >> to have more cameras and lighting for more security. there is a $12,000 reward that could lead information.
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scott rates, kron 4. >> we are wondering what or when the the large earthquake could be infected with 3000 addresses, 50,000 people. justin waldman it shows us where they are. >> a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit san francisco it is a wood frame tbuilding nearly every building in this block made this list because of the height of the building and how they are made. >> some of these locations have a lot of high risk areas. some are south of san francisco. they do not show much danger. foundation cracks is a another team were looking at there were
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concerned the about the potential of the first floor of collapsing during an earthquake. for some of these buildings just by looking at them from the outside you would never be able to tell the something is not safe. in an earthquake and hold her taller building for have the most casualties. and as you can imagine, the marina district made it this. chestnut street, francisco, they know what can happen during an earthquake. it was basically leveled in the 1989 area. it points out that they have that retrofitting and so they could be considered safe. you can check it out on my facebook fan page for the entire list. justin waldman, kron 4 >> pam: cold weater still hitting the bay area -- but a change is ahead soon. this is video from the san francisco waterfront earlier today. now a live look outside from mount tamalapais, and at downtown san francisco. blue skies.
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i'm here in the kron4 weather center with jaqueline bennet. are we done with the freezing cold? >> jacqueline: on almost. and these of a highs today. this gradual warming will continue. for the morning and the afternoon. upper 50s. 59 in napa and in sunnyvale. 60s in redwood city. 56 degrees in san francisco. current conditions are largely in the '50s with a couple of exceptions. 40's in fairfield. as for take a look at futurecast the map is not blanketed in purple. we're still going to have some 30's but just not quite
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as widespread. as we move for the 7:00 p.m. all were a mixture of 20's and 30's by 7:00 a.m.--tomorrow morning temperatures are going to continue to warm i will show you what it will look like for the weekend, our role in coming up. >> catherine: a group linked to al-qaida claims it's holding 41 algeria. including 7 americans. this is a google earth view of where it's happening. leon panetta says the u-s will take all proper steps to deal with the situation. islamist militants attacked and occupied a natural gas complex here. two people were killed and dozens injured. the attack is believed to be revenge for the fact algeria allowed french jets to use its airspace to attack al-qaida rebels. >> pam: more bay area news now. a plea for help in solving san jose's first and so far only homicide of the year.
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it happened the night of january 5th on tripoli avenue. and aside from some limited physical evidence found at the scene, police have nothing to go on. >> there was a man that was walking across the street. he was commenting on how beautiful the war and the color of their hair. one thing led to another and one the knelt down he grabbed my daughter by their feet. by her ankles. and i kind of picked her up and she fell back on me. we were talking at it retardi we were talki tug
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>> pam: that was not the correct video. we will have more, coming up later. happened. and outside police headquarters this morning, the victim is identified as 34-year-old ivan segura. he was a barber by trade. his wife and family say, he has no enemies and they can think of no reason why anyone a police officer was the last person to see a santa rosa man alive-- before his body was found at a garbage disposal site in petaluma. officer he was homeless -- officials believe diaz to stay warm. and was trapped inside. by the loss, and say he was troubled since he recently lost his job. [ female announcer ] safeway presents
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lost his job. >> this gun buyback was extremely popular. so many people showed up that the $34,000 was gone through in just two hours. $70,000 in vouchers were issued. maureen kelly has more. >> this is an ak-47 with a fully automatic that was turned in. at 30 round clips of this it to run the magazine. it fires 100 bullets with one long
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squeeze of the trigger. these are illegal to own it. and a semi-automatic versions of this for also turned and. in this collection you can see this mach 10 this is just that the larksburg location some of these firearms are semi automatics. the guns and were taken in will have their serial number checked so that none are stolen. they will be store historic next week. >> the windo--a widow of a victm
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of the colorado shootings is suing the university's psychiatrist, fenton, seen here. >> back to this developing story of streamliner now grounded by the faa. this is from an emergency landing that was taken from japan last night. pilots got a message that there was a burning smell. right now one of those cars at the san francisco minetta airport. >> the ntsb is going to the japanese officials to find out what caused the 787 aircraft to make this emergency landing. after sensors reported some battery problems and in odor of smoke inside the cockpit.
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how that will impact the san jose airport minettta is that this a direct flight from san jose/japan that there will possibly have to make it different arrangements. contact your airline carrier. there are so many problems involved let me show you. there are probably 12-13. dating from july-13 there were problems with the engine but nobody was hurt because that was just a test. while flying into new orleans, the 787 also had some problems that had to make an emergency landing all of a sudden, at boston's logan airport. they also had to check this out and about one-1.5 days later they also found other
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problems on another 7-87. all of those problems added together showing this grounding. will tran, kron 4. a >> jacqueline: will continue for the next several days in a number of locations but more upper 30's and '40's. 50s for tomorrow. highs will be in the low 60s. as we take a look at the satellite & radar, this blocking pattern. it is an area of high pressure that will drive this storm to the north. it is over canada. we do not have a chance. and we will see clearer skies and warmer temperatures. still chilly but it is going to be gradually warming temperatures below freezing
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in the santa rosa, and freezing it in vallejo. for the bay shore, it definitely still cold and oakland. and a san jose. the areas of patchy frosts are expected but no frost advisories and for the afternoon temperatures are going to be warming up. 60s through san jose and the 60s in mountain view. temperatures will be slightly cooler as well. 50s through concord, livermore. for the east bay shore upper 50s for the most part. through a union city and temperatures also warming up with 56 degrees in ocean beach. a mixture of 50s & 60s for the north bay. a look a your extended forecast with chilly conditions that things are warming up and they will continue as the go for the
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weekend. temperatures will be in the 40's but next week we could see a breakdown of that blocking pattern. more cloud coverage and the possibility of rainfall by late next week. here.which can fire rounds surf's up this weekend off the coast of half moon bay-- as officials announce that the mavericks surf competition will begin this sunday. the contest is held a half- mile off the coast of half moon bay at the mavericks break. extreme-- with waves as high as 50 feet, frigid water and country superstar lean rimes.goes public with her personal pain. she opens up about her infidelity.depression. and what led her to check into rehab.
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>> it's one thing to sing about personal pain in your country music.it's another to live it. country superstar leann
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rimes. comes clean about her demons. from depression to thoughts of suicide. to marital infidelity. she sits down with entertainment tonight in this exclusive report. here's a clip as she talks with nancy o'dell about her life and her love - husband eddie cibrian. >> i did you ever worry about him cheating on you? >> everything would think that i would be a liar if i would say yes. and to me and my relationship with eddy. that is not a word that is in front of my mind, ever now. >> but it was? >> no. i would say that it has creeped into my mind. unlike it would perhaps for anybody. but speaking for him that is probably one of his. all of these emotions are a roller coaster. >> to ever consider taking your own life? >> in a smart person is saying that that is always a
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>> catherine: president obama proposes measures. now the n-r-a is using his children in a new t-v ad -- to push back. >> pam: also - kron-4 political analyst michael yaki is here. we'll get his take on mister yaki is here. we'll get his take on mister obama's drastic measur so if you have a flat tire, yaki is here. we'll get his take on mister obama's drastic measur dead battery, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!!
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the south bay this attempted child kidnapping. charles clifford is live in san jose with the latest. >> reporter: the sandoz to police the part but released a police sketch. let me show you the san jose police sketch a 25-30 year-old hispanic adult male. he had a thin build with a red cap and he smelled like motor oil and he was trying to abduct a 2 year old. anybody with information is asked to call the san jose police department. charles clifford, kron 4.
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>> pam: president obama, taking action aimed at reducing gun violence in america. he signed more than a dozen executive orders -- and is urging congress for even tighter controls on weapons. tonight, kron4's poltical analyst is standing by. we'll get his take ahead. but first, catherine heenan has more on the president's newly unveiled gun control proposals. catherine? >> catherine: the president is betting shifted just enough - to back him on the broadest push for gun control in a generation. in politics. staging is key. four children. each of them had written letters to him about last month's school massacre in connecticut. the president announced plans to introduce legislation next week that includes a ban on new assault weapons, limits on high capacity ammo clips.and expanded background checks. and more money for mental health care. without waiting for congress.the president acted on his own authority in signing 23 executive actions
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designed at keeping guns out of the hands of criminals. he 'will' need congressional approval for some key items.including the ban on assault rifles. >> "this will not happen unless the american people demand it, parents and teachers, police officers and pastors. if hunters and sportsmen if responsible gun owners - if americans of every background stand up and say enough." >> catherine: outside the white house -- supporters included people who have lost family members in shootings. >> "this is the start of a long battle.and we are prepared to fight it to the very end." >> catherine: "long battle" might be an understatement. with opposition that goes well beyond congress. a new nra tv ad calls the president an elitist hypocrite for being skeptical about armed guards in schools.while the secret service protects his two daughters. and some law enforcement officials - including this kentucky sheriff -- say they will refuse to comply with any laws they feel are unconstitutional. but the ground may still be shifting in the president's favor.
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a new cnn poll says 55% of americans 'do' want stricter gun control. other examples of the president's executive orders. one that would allow communities to hire more school counselors. and another that would require federal law enforcement to trace all recovered guns. >> the national rifle association is reacting swiftly, and boldly.releasing this commerical that calls the president a hypocrite.
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>> mister obama's press secretary issued a stern response to that ad: saying in part: most americans agree that a president's children should not be used as pawns in a political fight. >> pam: what do gun owners think? here in the bay area, they have their doubts about the new laws. >> i do not think that it is going to change anything. >> i am all for reasonable regulations. california has some of the most restrictive laws and the nation.
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>> to the problem, they attend to be addressing but i do not think that it is. >> people are going to find a way to get them regardless. >> members of those groups say that it eliminates a certain competitions that they enjoyed. political analyst, michael yaki is here to talk about let us talk about this fight. >> the nra has put out this with electrocutio-of . this is all this markers of the introduction of legislation. lying to the sand for a huge fight. so today, the modern democrat is going to say that we are not quite sure how this is going to go. and the assault
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rifle ban is also disturbing. if you think that this is it the centerpiece of what this is going to be dealing with >> poll after poll are indicating that people support changes. >> right. and nonetheless, the nra is prevailing why is that? >> 55% is a good number. seeing is a reaction of what happened in 2010. a lot of the same with this trucks that are safe and republicans their only concern is to be challenged from the far right. that is what controls the house and the agenda. so many people are saying that is president obama going to make the senate walk the plank of will probably lose of a house. >> if that is the case and where is this ground swell from law-enforcement. from
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people that are worried about gun violence? escalating. >> the president started to talk about this that it is not just the suburban mom. >> why have we not seen that? >> we have this tremendous campaign apparatus. he could probably start to try to mobilize fast. but the question is that hahow far does it go? >> is it sandy hook going to be a risk of a memory in the public consciousness. >> it is just a congress cannot get anything done. this could be another example of michael, thank you as always. >> this online debate rages.
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rob: i think everyone needs to take a step back & think of what needs to.change. im a gun owner, i dont agree with all the proposals but something has to give. lets compromise for the safety of our most precious resource our kids!!!!! kay: if it's not a gun it train, a car if crazy wants to kill crazy will find a way! put 500 m or 500 b in social services and mental health! we always invite you to join in and locked into our facebook fan page and join the conversation. >> this new graph search.. how facebook privacy settings could impact to.you
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first >> now for today's market update. stocks end the day with mixed results. as the dow was pulled down by a loss in boeing stock. following more problems with the
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company's new 787 aircraft. on wall street. the dow lost 23-points to close at 13-thousand-511. the nasdaq gained 6 to 31- 17. and the s-and-p-500 rose a fraction of a point. >> when people search for a restaurant..this could
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>> this is a question for robert blog. him i think that a share of disney is a good thing if. have we have dea a physicalfiscal cliff i tht
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the disney stock would be a good thing. >> great gabe slate tech report >> the search of a wanted to build his privacy awareness. this has the potential to be a great new feature. something that we can all use on a daily basis. there are privacy concerns. anything the you have provided could be easily searched by your friends. facebook anticipated this and it mark zuckerberg also addressed this. >> what of portions of my content are people going to be able to search? >> this is a great question.
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we take this very seriously. we are going to point and encouragement on the home screen on everyone's account like this. everyone has the chance to look through these tools and see what people are going to be able to find. and this is before the new research tool is presented to. >> they are going to right thing for users to alter their settings before this thing starts. so, when they uc that option for when you see...that option for graph seach . are able to adjust your privacy settings. and remove content that you would rather not have searchable. gabe slate tech
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report >> jacqueline: we have had things affected warmer temperatures. temperatures are even warmer this evening and is still hovering in the 50s and a number of locations. 50s through san francisco. 50s in napa this is about as warm as it got in yesterday. as we head for the overnight
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hours, clear skies. 30's. still, warmer than what we saw last night. tomorrow, elizabeth warmer than ton a liu warmer tha it tonight but take a look at the satellite & this blocking pattern tomorrow--a little bit warmer than expected tonight. in fact, we're not going to see if a the next several days. temperatures tomorrow are going to be in the 30's. 37 in oakland for still cold in santa rosa. in the south bay a few degrees warmer. 60s through san
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mateo. 60s in redwood city. the in the valleys will also see upper 50s. freezing fog for the next several evenings. as we go for the weekend temperatures are going to be nearly 60s. as for your www.snowbomb.com ski report 139 and 89 if you would like info on discount life tickets. coming up this
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>> take a look this is a dangerously close to the viewer's home. he was watching a police chase and decided to film it. he realized that this was right in is no own neighborhood. you can imagine how scary that was and record to somwe aro watch this over and over the pursued a eventually came to an end. the driver was a eventually arrested, we will be right back.
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>> a standoff in the desert as americans and other europeans are held hostage at an algerian gas production plant. >> the united states will take all necessary and proper steps. >> pam: the hostage takers identiying themselves as al qaeda loyalists. the state department hinting at a military response. (male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now.some americans are among more than 40 hostages seized by militants at a gas field in algeria. islamists are said to be behind the attack. which is now being called a terrorist act. u-s officials today confirmed. americans are among the hostages, but would not say how many were taken. grant lodes has the latest on this developing story. >> islamists targeted a bus
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carrying passengers from a base at the gas field to an airport. at least two people were killed and six others injured. this is a google earth map of the british petroleum gas field where the attack happened in eastern algeria. u-s officials today confirmed americans were among the hostages, but would not say how many were taken. indications are the attakers are affiliated with al qaeda and based in mali. militants from mali may be making good on their threats of revenge for the french intervention. agence france-presse spoke to one of the attackers by phone. he identified himself to agence france-presse as an al qaeda loyalist from mali. defense secretary leon panetta has called it a - quote- 'terrorist act.' the militants reportedly launched the attack in anger over algiers' support of the french offensive in mali. meantime, the u-s embassy has issued an emergency message to u-s citizens in
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>> pam: a developing story we're following tonight. san jose police are hunting for a suspect in connection with a brazen attempted kidnapping. just minutes ago.police just released a sketch of the suspect. that sketch is on your screen. kron four's rob fladeboe spoke with the mother. she struggled with the man who was trying to pull her 2- year old from her arms, while another daughter played nearby on her tricycle. >> we are just a little bit shaken up. >> reporter: from behind her locked front door, afraid to be seen on camera, the mother who literally fought a battle of tug of war with the would-be happened. >> just a man was walking across the street. i was playing outside with my daughters. he was commenting on how beautiful they were, the color of their hair. one thing led to another and he grabbed my daughter by her ankles. i kind of picture of and she fell back on meat and retired and we were tuggine
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and she fellmback on me. >> police went door to door in east san jose. hoping that they would have any clues. >> this brazen act that he committed against a two year-old. it tears of the fiber of society when you deal with a child. wednesday here along dayo court and pavan way in the hope someone may have seen something that might lead to them to a suspect. neighbors of the victim, as you might imagine, are keeping close watch over their kids. it's not clear if the children, who often played in their front yard, were somehow targeted whether the kidnap attempt was a random act. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> pam: new at six oclock tonight. figures for bay area home prices are out. and they are revealing some big gains. take a look at these numbers from dataquick - which is a real estate tracking group.
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the median price paid for a home in the nine- bay area counties. was $442,750 in december of 2012. that's up - 32 percent from december of 2011. when the median home price was $335,500. and as kron four's terisa estacio reports, real estate agents say, they are seeing this jump first hand. and predict. the numbers are just going to keep going up. >> this is a family room and kitchen. this is a typical home in the dublin area, new construction >> reporter: real estate agent jim anderegg says business is booming right now. and this 5 bedroom, 3 and a half bathroom home in dublin is an example of what is fueling those busy days. kerman this home is closing this week. >> this this sold the first day it was on the market. it was listed for 825, a year and a half ago it was 750, that is a nice profit.
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>> reporter: anderegg says, in the last few months, there has definitely been a steady uptick in prices. one of the main reasons why is that there are simply not a lot of homes for sale. >> last year 9 k at this time, now 3, that's 70 percent fewer homes. as far as looking forward, anderegg says he feels prices will just continue to rise. they will just keep going up. we would sell more if there more out there, but just not a lot terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: when a major earthquake could hit the bay area. is anyones guess. but we are learning tonight. what kind of damage a quake could do in san francisco. today the city put out a list of residential buildings which have the potential to be unsafe in a significant earthquake. there are almost 3-thousand addresses on the list.
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with 58-thousand people living in them. kron 4's justine waldman went to check them out. >> right here in the marina district is potentially not safe. the department of building inspections made the last. the majority of san francisco has places where they are not a safe. this a blue is rep. i looked at some of these addresses. and you could not really tell but there were some obvious cracks in the foundations. the architect /engineers were looking for an older frame and would framebuildings. that would be framed with made of wood chesty waldman, kron 4 news. >> pam: two masked gunmen robbed a san leandro home depot store. in the westgate shopping center tuesday night it happened just after 7pm the two robbers held up a cashier and made off with
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an undisclosed amount of cash one store employee fainted during the frightening ordeal san leandro police say, the suspects method. is similar to another recent robbery in the same shopping center lt. randall brandt / san leandro police dept. >> the last incident we have had is one we have had reporting suspicious activity before a robbery occurs. before a robbery occurs" >> pam: san leandro police hope surveillance video will help investigators identify the suspects. >> catherine: the f-a-a has issued an emergency order - requiring u-s airlines to temporarily ground the 787 dreamliner. it's boeing's newest and most advanced plane.and it's had a string of recent problems.
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the latest --- a risk of battery fires. yesterday japan's two biggest airlines decided to ground the dreamliner after an emergency landing. reports say the flight crew got warnings about the battery. and there was also an odor reported in the cockpit and cabin. everyone got off the plane safely. even before the f-a-a emergency order. officials at san jose's airport cancelled a dreamliner flight earlier today. >> jacqueline: we are seeing a slight warming as recall for the weekend. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. 58 in fremont. temperatures remain in the '50s so it is definitely more my old. it's definitely moe
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>> pam: the gun buy back in marin netted some very dangerous weapons yesterday this is an ak-47 style assault weapon that was collected at the point reyes drop-off point. it's believed to be fully automatic.and illegal to own. in all 827 firearms were turned in. the event was so popular that organizers paid out their 43-thousand dollar budget within a few hours. then they handed out 70- thousand dollars worth of vouchers, which the district attorney says he'll try to repay with privately raised funds. but this could mean that a second buy back scheduled for monday could be cancelled or re-structured.
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the d-a says because they are already on the hook for >> if those stations are in operation there will be no money. if we have money to be disbursed it will become first to the individuals that have vouchers. there will be a voluntary turn in. where you could ask for a voucher but we do not know if it could be redeemed. >> pam: did ththe d.a. says mon, they may have to cancel the next gun buy back planned for the martin luther king day holiday monday. the d-a's office the final word on their plans for monday will be released tomorrow. the battle over gun control moved front and center in
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washington today. with president barack obama saying he will use "whatever weight this office holds" to reduce gun violence in america. emily schmidt is in washington with a look at what the president wants done next. >> reporter: 120 children died president obama says that if there is one thing that we could do when on --- when twenty children died and siz adult...to make a d lasting difference, there are just three congressional actions. a universal background check. and tougher on the guns for
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criminals. banned military- style assault weapons. the congress will say why not. >> what is more important? doing what ever it does or giving parents a peace of mind when they drop their child off on first grade. >> late yesterday this was an internet application from the elitist have a crothat the and are a has added 250,000 new members in the last month. this is going to be a very expensive fight. emily schmidt, kron 4. >> pam: we went to gun owners tog et their reaction on president obama's federal gun control proposals. here in the bay area. some gun advocates at the richmond rod and gun club. say they are skeptical about politicians creating new gun laws.as a way to keep people safe from gun violence.
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>> i think that we have laws on the books that could be enforced already. >> there are a lot of guns out there. if the want to put a ban on it them nobody is going to turn in their items that is out there. >> if you want an immediate solution put someone in there to protect the kids. if you are not willing to do that and say that it is a totally asinine suggestion. then there is possibly another agenda. >> pam: in addition to their skepticism about president obama's gun control plan.members of the richmond rod and gun club say banning ar-rifles will have a major impact on competitive target sport shooting here in the bay area >> jacqueline: it was slightly warmer out there today it will continue for the next several days. still, chilly. 36. for the
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oon, the peace. as we go towards friday, saturday, with 50s. for the afternoon tomorrow -- >> jacqueline: we do have this pattern with high pressure. it is driving the storms to the north. it will keep us dry. keeping it out of the bay area for several days. as we go for temperatures tomorrow. 30's. san rafeal. 37 degrees in oakland. and for the inland valleys, freezing in pleasanton. also, 30's through of vallejo and sub- freezing in vallejo, fairfield. there are no frost advisories for tomorrow. with a nice recovery for tomorrow with 50s/60s indicated through
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san francisco. and for san jose, santa rosa, vallejo, and as for the sierras? dry conditions. with unseasonably warm. 50s and for the afternoon temperatures, still quite chilly with just single digits. areas of freezing fog as a result a look at your extended forecast, chilly. maybe a little bit warmer than what we saw today that will be the story for a little bit more. for the weekend, temperatures are going to be nearly 40 degrees. temperatures in the afternoon, nearly 60. for the end of next week, a breakdown of that blocking pattern. more clout, cooler temperatures and the possibility of rain fall with more -- clouds. >> pam: a u.s. marine pleaded guilty to the bulk of charges against him for urinating on the bodies of dead taliban fighters in afghanistan and then posing for photos with the corpses. staff sgt. edward deptola entered the pleas in north carolina under an agreement
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reached with military prosecutors. he admitted that he failed to properly supervise his marines and did nothing to stop them from taking pictures of the dead. three other marines were given administrative punishments for their roles >> chuck hagel's nomination hearing for defense secretary will be on january 31st. senators of both parties have been skeptical of the former senator's nomination. their doubts come from past positions he has taken on israel and iran. in 2007 he made a comment saying that quote "jewish lobby intimidated lawmakers" senators chuck schumer and barbara boxer--both democrats and jewish-- said they are no longer hesitant of hagel and would support the nominations. a family's deperate plea for the publics help. as the investigation into a bay area city's first homicide of 20-13 turns cold.
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>> in san jose, a plea for help in solving that city's first and so far only homicide of the year. it happened january 5th on tripoli avenue. little evidence leave little for police to go on. there are no suspects, no motive has been identified. the victim's wife made an emotional plea for help outside police headquarters this morning. return to index of stories... the victim is identified as 34-year-old ivan segura. he worked as a barber. his wife and family say he didn't have any enemies. [ male announcer ] subway has so many
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>> reporter: near dayo struggle ended when the suspect was pulling at the daughters ankles and i was
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pulling at my daughter. i took my other daughter inside. >> rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> nearly 900 firearms were collected, with $43,000 distributed in the first two hours and $70,000 in vouchers were issued. if the district attorney will hold another the one not be providing any cash. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> members at the gun club in richmond have mixed reactions about the president obama gun-control legislation. >> is not going to change anything. >> i am all about reasonable regulations. >> i think that we have laws of the books already. that could be enforced let's enforce the ones that we already have. >> if you want an immediate solution get somebody in there. >> reporter: haazig madyun kron 4 >> reporter: new real-
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estate showing that home prices in the bay area are on the rise by a lot. in december, 2011-december, 2012. the median price was jumping by 32 percent. real- estate agents say they expect home prices to continue to climb. there are so few homes on the market right now. terisa best of show, kron 4 news. it >> reporter: in the san francisco, not every driver has a license. according to the department of motor vehicles and those without a valid license are those that are more likely to cause a deadly crash. coming up if the department of motor vehicles has an answer. alecia reed, kron 4 news. >> there are nearly 3000 addresses for the potential
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earthquake unsafe buildings in san francisco. many of them are in the marina district. the department of inspections put out this list. they could sustain plenty of damage. it $50,000 people -- to the people could be impacted. >> at the oakland museum this is the first imagery of the high- resolution images from the 1869 gold rush to litterbox. prominently displayed until it was stolen. the ceo of the museum is saying that this was a shock and is hoping for some information leading to an arrest. in oakland, kron 4. >> reporter: in san francisco, construction is under way to renovate this highway. they will repave the great highway. and it will also provide
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improvements to make it easier, safer to access ocean beach for pedestrians. and drivers. while this project is under way they are going to work on this one lane at a time. mike pelton, in ocean beach, kron 4 gabe slate tech report this new graph search is how it will collect your privacy? coming up, i will tell you how it will impact your privacy at how you pinpoint customize your privacy settings. gabe slate tech report (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> why did the chicken cross the road? and there could be several reasons why. it is because these signs to take to speed up and slowed down
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all at the same time. is it because of the no shooting? but i am willing to bet. this looks like it has been shot at. tonight at 8:00 p.m. a contra costa county focus on the next edition of people behaving badly >> gary: the big story tonight is the weather. >> jacqueline: -the big story tonight is the weather. than just 24 hours ago, 52 degrees. 50s in concord. 50s in redwood city. it is going to be chilly. still, more than what we saw last night. 37 in the san mateo, hayward. still in the '20s and hayward, fairfield and we will continue to warm up for the rest of the week. and
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60s through san mateo. 62 in san jose. and as we take a look at our extended forecast. temperatures will be increasing. again for the morning and the afternoon we are going to continue to warm for sunday. things will start to cool down for next week. a bit more cloud coverage and the temperatures with back into the forecast, literally. despite that chance of rainfall. >> catherine: in world news 87 people were killed with two different explosions. in this area. 100th of the people were injured. gun buy back was so time at least 87 people were rocked aleppo university in syria yesterday. 150 others were injured. the state-run t-v station is calling the attack a "terrorist explosion" but others are blaming forces loyal to president bashar assad.saying they launched the airstrikes. some argue the intent was to terrify displaced families living in the university
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dorms. a helicopter crashed into a construction crane in london today. and then landed on a busy street. the helicopter hit a new luxury residential building on the way down. it happened in misty weather during the rush hour. the pilot and another person were killed and 13 others were hurt. police say it was 'something of a miracle' that more people weren't killed and injured. thousands of pedestrians were in the area at the time, trying to get to work. >> the widow of a victim killed in last year's colorado movie theater shooting is suing the accused gunman's psychiatrist and the university where she works. the civil lawsuit alleges that the psychiatrist should have advised police to arrest suspect james holmes weeks before the theater rampage. the woman who filed the lawsuit lost her 26-year- old husband in the july 20th shooting. 11 others were also killed. officials from the university of colorado- denver where she works say they are aware of the lawsuit and have received notice that 11 other lawsuits could also be
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>> actor conrad bain -- best known as the dad on tv's "diff'rent strokes" -- has died. his daughter says bain died monday in his hometown of livermore of natural causes. on the show that made him famous, he played the adoptive father of two young african-american brothers -- including child actor gary coleman. bain also was a journeyman actor on stage, screen and tv. he was 89. and a reminder -- you can catch *all your entertainment news, rightthe insider starts at 7:00, followed by entertainment tonight at 7-30.
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chamber of the harlem globetrotters gary radnich will speak with a player and using motivational tools to fire up his teamharbaugh motivation photos coach & players on photos can kaepernick do it again?
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chichgary radnich deval i think that it is a message on how
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hard you go from the n f l. this same thing they did in high school. >> just something different. to me, as i look to every single picture, and every single guy, it is always in the ice. cheerful and undefeated always in the eyes. >> we thought that it was old because randy moss was black and white. >> a nice twist. that would be cute. all of the kron 4 people. and if you put that on your locker, motivational. >> i saw the story. >> and i think that it is a good thing from jim
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harbaugh. >> what ever works. >> by the way, and some creek something from tammy. there she goes. that is coming up. and i will save it for the women's press to all team players in the world from the dominican college. she is coming up later if you're tired about football players. and it is now time for more colin kaepernick. can he do it again? last night on this broadcast pam morris said that he can do it again. >> -more-said. and pam moore. key will be kissing his biceps. will that be the story. >> i go home and watch anything but sports. and i
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come back and do with the same the next day. >> you want to feel good about what has accomplished but we do not change our goals. and the one from california a sports writer of the year award. it is a nice award. you put it on your wall. but the fact is that what does he have to do it now? >> and meanwhile, back ryan. yes, he told the came out last weekend but still we talk about the great quarterbacks. you never hear his name. eagles hire chip kelly he is no slouch. >> when you turn on the film. they are solid. these guys are extremely talented. the play as hard and as
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physical as anybody in the lead. i think that they are sound. >> some credit excitement some great manti te'o hoax harlem globetrotter just one of 10 women in history to play for the world series basketball team. and she will be sharing it all with kron 4 tonight. >> exactly! >> and last week, he decided that he could not leave the kids in oregon. chip kelley is the new coach of the philadelphia eagles. there he is. he interviewed 11 candidates. and the new coach of the chicago bears
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marc trestman is a a former of the lens of order. and in the mid 1990's this is a great story. bill walsh trestman ...someone asked 'how about trestman?'and he was gone before the even fired him. but that is the life of a coach. there are things that he could do better and he was kicked around and now he is the boss of the chicago bears. and one of the sad manti te
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'o...a story however, his girlfriend was rumored to be dead. but that turned out to be not true. however, he was duped on and on my relationship with a woman. and the death was ruled out a fake. and have your kids play around but there is always lonely people. without a damping the two except for taking someone else down. when was the last time you sent out a tweet? >> a couple of hours ago demo, and up, a great tammy brawner... she is coming back.
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>> this is no joke. she is one of the most prestigious members of the team. they are going to be at the san josederrik legacy, and look at tammy that is their legacy. how did you make it happen? >> they saw my highlight tape. and from there, the rest is history. >> and despite the brilliance of dominican college. did you have to
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sell anything? >> yes i think that my highlight tape would speak for itself >> you seem to be very confident. >> do you want to do something for us? >> this is some of the things that you will see with the globe trotters. and pam can you do this? >> and what do you think? >> [laughter] and do the men catch you some slack? >> no. >> and do you have a signature moves. >> absolutely, are you going to come on a saturday? >> i cannot show you that on saturday. >> do you have a boyfriend you were going to be tough to handle. his strong guy. >> yes.
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>> and traveling. when you are traveling with all guys it is easy? it >> it is light second nature. i have always been a bit of it, boy. they are like my brothers. >> saturday, sunday. and i was always a bit of a tomboy. >> take us out. we will see you at 8:00 p.m.. . [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t.
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